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Court Case Records

Court Clerk's Office Information

Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding judicial holidays.

In-person records requests can be made at either branch, regardless of which branch stores the records.

Mailing Address:
Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino
100 North State Street
Ukiah, CA   95482

Case Information Portal: Online Viewing of Court Records

The easiest and most convenient way to view cases is through the Case Information Portal.  All public court cases are available through the Portal.  No confidential cases may be viewed by the public through the Portal.  The public may view case information, party information, hearings, dockets, warrants, bonds and some of the filed documents.  For older cases, the documents may not be viewable through the Portal.  All recently filed cases will have all of the public documents available through Portal for downloading and printing.  Go to the Case Information Portal to save yourself a trip to the courthouse and use the Portal.


Copies of Filed Documents - Certification of documents available for an additional fee.

Requests to View a Case File - View contents of case files, including cases on microfilm and those which have been digitally imaged.

Copies of Filed Documents

Requests to View a Case File

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